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The Bosphorus Energy Club: How and from where to raise fresh funding for energy projects and deals?

27 November in CURRENT MENU, EVENTS & ACTIONS, LATEST

[icon icon="calendar" size="large" color="#800080" bgcolor="#ffffff"] Date: 11 December 2014 - Thursday [icon icon="home" size="large" color="#800080" bgcolor="#ffffff"] Venue: Sait Halim Pasha Palace, Yeniköy, Istanbul [tabs] [tab title="AGENDA"] Moderator | Mehmet Öğütçü, Executive Chair, The Bosphorus Energy Club 08:00-09:00| Registration and warm-up conversations 09:00-11:00 Tour d’horizon of major energy developments Taner Yildiz, Minister of Energy and Natural Resources, Turkey, and Honorary Chair, The Bosphorus Energy Club Ashti Hawrami, Minister for Natural Resources, KRG, Iraq Qasim Mohammad Abid Hammadial-Fahadawi, Minister of Electricity, Iraq Speakers are expected to approach their topic in a conversational and concise style (no prepared presentations). 5 to 7 minutes for each remark, followed by Q/A with the panel and audience. Global investment...

Kuzey Irak gazının 2018’de gelmesi mümkün

25 November in ENERGY, ENERGY ACADEMY

Anadolu Ajansı | 25 Kasım 2014 | Global Resources Partnership ve The Bosphorus Energy Club'ın Başkanı Öğütçü, petrol fiyatlarındaki düşüşün devam edeceğini belirterek, Kuzey Irak’taki doğalgazın ise 2018 yılında ihraç edilmeye başlanabileceğini bildirdi.   LONDRA - GÖKHAN KURTARAN Global Resources Partnership ve The Bosphorus Energy Club'ın Başkanı Mehmet Öğütçü, petrol fiyatlarındaki düşüşün devam edeceğini belirterek, Kuzey Irak’taki doğalgazın ise 2018 yılında ihraç edilmeye başlanabileceğini bildirdi. AA muhabirinin enerji piyasalarındaki değişimlere ilişkin sorularını cevaplayan Öğütçü, petrol fiyatlarının bir süre daha düşmeye devam edeceği öngörüsünde bulundu. Öğütçü, Suudi Arabistan’ın piyasa payını korumaya çalışması, Kuzey Amerika’nın kaya gazı ve kaya petrolünü iskontolu satmayı sürdürmesi ve Çin'de ekonomik yavaşlamayla talebin azalmasına ek...

TURKEY’S CHANGING POWER MARKETS

18 November in ENERGY, ENERGY ACADEMY

Published by : Bloomberg New Energy Finance | Nov 18 2014 The Turkish government is pursuing an energy strategy involving a rapid expansion of coal-fired generation. This White Paper asks if a renewables-based strategy could pose a viable and cost-effective alternative. The 53-page report, entitled Turkey’s Changing Power Markets, examined in detail the Turkish government’s official plans, which assume that power demand will increase at more than 5% per year between now and 2030 to keep pace with economic growth. The plans also see a big fall in gas-fired generation, a sharp rise in coal-fired generation, and an approximate doubling in Turkey’s power...

IENE Completes Pioneering Study on Natural Gas Pricing Hub for SE Europe

17 November in ENERGY, ENERGY ACADEMY

Published by: IENE | News | Announcements | The European gas sector is facing major challenges affecting the way natural gas is traded and priced. Oil indexation is the dominant pricing mechanism, but is currently under increasing pressure as trading is gradually shifting to indexation on hub market prices. The European gas sector is facing major challenges affecting the way natural gas is traded and priced. Oil indexation is the dominant pricing mechanism, but is currently under increasing pressure as trading is gradually shifting to indexation on hub market prices. Gas hubs are virtual or physical locations where buyers and sellers of gas can...

Privatization: Who will run Istanbul’s gas grid?

15 November in ENERGY, ENERGY ACADEMY

Published by: Hurriyet Daily News | 15 November 2014 |    Mehmet Öğütçü | The coming tender to privatize the distribution of Istanbul’s gas to its 5.1 million customers should not be seen as a simple commercial transaction of “whoever pays the most in the bidding round will win the contract.” It is rather strategic for many reasons affecting Turkey’s energy security, investment climate, environmental quality and trading ties. Most of all, it is strategic due to the magnitude of Istanbul, one of the world’s largest cities. Any breakdown in the gas supply, infrastructure, distribution or operation would cause potentially immense consequences for the entire...

Building Tomorrow’s Europe. The Role of an “EU Energy Union”

13 November in ENERGY, ENERGY ACADEMY

Review of Environment Energy and Economics | 13 Nowember 2014 | by Simone Tagliapietra | Energy has been at the core of the EU integration since its inception. However, following the path of a shooting star, the key role of energy gradually declined over time, to the level of being basically left out from the Treaties, at least up to Lisbon. The EU has struggled to circumnavigate this “energy-gap” of the Treaties by legislating on energy-related issues by making use of its shared competences in the areas of internal market and environment. However, this effort has resulted in a very fragmented...

The Bosphorus Energy Club: Enerji Fonu Oluşturulması Lazım

10 November in Uncategorized

enerjimag.com | 10 Aralık 2014 The Bosphorus Energy Club (BEC)’in Perşembe günü geniş bir uluslararası katılımla gerçekleştireceği toplantı öncesinde değerlendirmelerde bulunan BEC İcra Kurulu Başkanı Mehmet Öğütçü, “Türkiye’nin önümüzdeki 10 yılda enerji alanında 120 milyar dolar yatırıma ihtiyacı var. Gerek mevcut enerji tesislerinin yenilenmesi, gerekse yeni yatırımların yapılması için yılda en az 12 milyar dolar bulması gerek. Ama Türkiye’nin buna ayıracağı kendi kaynağı yok” dedi ve ekledi: “Bu yatırımların finanse edilebilmesi için yeni finans kaynaklarına ihtiyaç var. Bizim kulüp olarak önerimiz, bir enerji fonu oluşturulması. Bu belki ileride bölgesel bir fona da dönüşebilir.” Fon 20-25 milyar dolara hızlı büyüyebilir Düzenlenecek BEC toplantısında bu...

How to finance energy efficiency

08 November in ENERGY, ENERGY ACADEMY

Published by International Energy Agency‌ > Newsroom & events > IEA journal > Issue 7 | 4 November 2014  | Banks lead in lending, but they often need a helping hand [caption id="attachment_2846" align="alignright" width="361"] Banks are altering loans for building retrofits, like this one in Istanbul, to include costs to better energy efficiency.[/caption] Interest in financing energy efficiency is increasing worldwide, as are investment opportunities, with a dramatic expansion in recent years in the number and variety of funding programmes as well as the diversity of investors, financiers and intermediaries. Many OECD countries in particular are trying to encourage the private sector to scale up investment in energy efficiency. Governments are accelerating...

The Outlook for Global Energy Investment

07 November in ENERGY, ENERGY ACADEMY

Published By: www.friendsofeurope.org | © Friends of Europe, Summer 2014 | The outlook for Global Energy Investment Report of the high-level Policy Insight on the occasion of the official Brussels launch of the International Energy Agency's (IEA) "World Energy Investment Outlook" co-organised by Friends of Europe and the International Energy Agency (IEA) in association with OMV with media partner Europe’s World. *** This report reflects the rapporteur’s understanding of the views expressed by participants. Moreover, these views are not necessarily those of the organisations that participants represent, nor of Friends of Europe, its Board of Trustees, members or partners. Reproduction in whole or in part is permitted, provided that full credit is given...

World Energy Outlook 2011 Factsheet

03 November in ENERGY, ENERGY ACADEMY

How will global energy markets evolve to 2035? | © OECD/IEA, 2011 | Publihed link: www.worldenergyoutlook.org |  Major events of the last year have had an impact on short- and medium-term energy trends, but have done little to quench the world’s increasing thirst for energy in the long term. The level and pattern of energy use worldwide varies markedly across the three scenarios in this year’s World Energy Outlook (WEO-2011), which differ according to assumptions about government policies on energy and climate change. The New Policies Scenario is the central scenario of WEO-2011. It assumes that recent government policy commitments are implemented in a...